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Drinking Water Week Water Cycle Coloring Contest

Water Cycle Coloring Contest Rules Calling all kids 12 and under – don’t miss your chance to enter to win a Greenville Water prize pack during our Drinking Water Week Water Cycle Coloring Contest. Let your creativity show. Go wild with markers, crayons, colored pencils, glitter or whatever you want…

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Will We Have Enough Water for Our Future?

Water is arguably our state’s most essential natural resource, and planning for our future water needs is one of the most important things we can do together. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) has the lead role for water policy and planning in the state.  In 2014, SCDNR…

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Greenville Water Partners with Greenville County School District to Educate Students About Water Resources

Greenville Water is pleased to provide standards-based lesson plans and activities that feature critical thinking questions, hands-on demonstrations, academic vocabulary flash cards, and an engaging puzzle to educate sixth graders throughout the Greenville County School District about our water resources. “The donation of these water cycle puzzles showcases their commitment…

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Greenville Water Receives 2018 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award

The Greenville Chamber presented Greenville Water with the 2018 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award for its commitment to increasing the positive impact of women’s leadership in our community. The fifth annual award was presented at the Chamber’s seventh annual ATHENA Leadership Symposium sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina on November…

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Moody’s Provides Greenville Water with AAA Score

Only nine water utilities across the country have achieved this rating. Greenville SC- August 8, 2018- Moody’s scored Greenville Water as ‘AAA’ in its Annual Issuer Comment last month. Moody’s Investors Service is a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis. Credit ratings impact borrowing power and interest…

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